Hard crab apple cider: Getting clear

What a difference a day makes!

This is how the crab apple juice looked, right after we got finished setting up the fermentation.

This is how they looked this morning.

The photo does not do justice to how bright the colour is!

When I was checking these last night, the tops were full of dense foam, which has mostly collapsed, but you can certainly see how high it got.

Their temperatures seem to be holding at between 18 and 19C, and – most importantly! – we are seeing activity in the airlocks. Not a lot, but it’s definitely started to bubble!

So far, so good… I think! 😀

The Re-Farmer

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